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State whether true or false:
Species that cannot be found in the wild in their natural habitats but are preserved in man-made settings like zoological parks are considered extinct.


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True
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The correct option is B False
Species that are considered extinct have no remaining members that can reproduce and propagate the species. Even if the members of a species no longer exist in the wild, but are protected in zoos, the species cannot be considered extinct. This species would be considered extinct in the wild.

Biology

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